Reports indicate missing mother Beata Candre was found safe in Chicago. Investigators are not saying exactly where Beata was found, or the circumstances surrounding her disappearance, but it appears she did vanish on her own accord.
Over the last couple of months, dozens and dozens of volunteers gathered and organized efforts to find the 48-year-old mother of three. She vanished and was reported missing by her family in October. Since then, people in the community are coming together and doing their best to leave no stone unturned.
According to reports, Beata, who is a wife and a mother, has a medical condition.
As for the volunteers who are assisting Beata’s family, Sgt. John Nebl of the Schaumburg Police told the Daily Herald, “It was amazing. We told them the best thing they can do help is get the word out.” One of Beata’s friends was the leader of the efforts. When Beata first vanished, reports say the local police provided volunteers with 750 fliers to start.
Read more: Police: Missing Schaumburg woman could be in danger (Daily Herald)
Read more: Woman Beata Candre Found Safe (Chicago Tribune)
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